Swadish (svenska) is a North Germanic leid, spak bi mair nor nine million fowk, maistly in Swaden an pairts o Finland, especially alang the coast an on the Åland islands. It is tae a lairge extent mutually intelligible wi Norwegian an a bittie less wi Dens. Swaden is ca'd "Sverige" in Swadish, it is pronouncit "Sver-ye".
Historie o Swaddish 
Alang wi the ither North Germanic leids, Swaddish is an affcome o Auld Norse, the common leid o the Germanic fowk bidin in Scandinavie durin the Viking Age. The letters that exist in Swadish an nae in Scots (even tho' "ä" exists in Ulster Scots) are: å, ä an ö.
The Swaddish as it wis spoken in the Mid-Ages wis gey different frae modren Swaddish. The grammar is muckle different, mair than the pronouciaition that did nae chynge the muckle : thar wis four cases for adjectives, nouns an pronouns: nominative, dative, accusative an genitive. (The farst an the last dae exist till the day). Thar war three genders: masculine, wummanly an neuter. The utrum is the gender o the day that contains baith masculine an wummanly. The conjugaition wis mair complex an aw, haein indicative an subjonctive an the verb chyngin at ivery person an number. The XVIth centurie an the like, the leid haes becom gey simpler in a pure grammatical owersicht, it wis mair like the the day's Swaddish. Till the XVIIth centurie the cases war stil uisit, but nou bide anly in som rare dialects.
See awso